AI conference at SRI : videorecording, 1999.


AI conference at SRI : videorecording, 1999.

These round table discussions on the history of artificial intelligence research were held at SRI on December 1, 1999. Speakers included Charles Rosen, Peter Hart, Nils Nilsson, Thomas Garvey, Martin Fischler, Robert Bowles, John Lowrance, Richard Waldinger, and Jerry Hobbs. Collection includes 10 Beta source tapes and VHS viewing copies.

2 videocassettes: col; VHS.10 videocassettes: col; Beta.

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